CHANDIGARH,27-While the rainy season gives a break from scorching heat during the hot summers, it also brings a wave of various infections ranging from uncomplicated ones to others posing serious threat to you and your family.

Monsoon, also known as the season of the flu, is regarded as the most fertile breeding season for harmful microorganisms. Owing to humidity, mud and stagnant water as means of propagation for multiple viruses and bacteria, the risk of infections in monsoon is higher than other seasons. Deadly diseases like Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya and Typhoid are common diseases during the rainy season and almost all of these present with a few common symptoms like fever, weakness and body ache.

Anyone can fall sick during monsoons, but children and elderly people are at a higher risk. Along with taking general care precautions, one can take certain natural ingredients to protect their body.

Here Are 7 Effective Tips / Home Remedies To Beat Monsoon Illnesses:-

1. TURMERIC - Turmeric or Golden Milk is a popular home remedy used for many purposes. It will cure many flu like symptoms, such as common cold, cough and fever. It is a famous beneficial drink in ayurveda, that can also keep monsoon illnesses at bay. You can drink this milk at night before sleeping to heal congestion, headache, and sore throats.

2. NEEM TEA - Neem leaves contain antibacterial properties that can help in treating monsoon triggered fever. To use this home remedy, you have to boil neem leaves in water and drink a cup of this brew to treat and prevent monsoon illness symptoms. Neem can be quite bitter so you can add a little honey in your cup of tea for better taste.

3.STEAM INHALATION - It will cure congestion and other respiratory issues. If you are suffering from cold in monsoon, it is suggested to try steam inhalation to clear the nasal passages. You just have to boil water you can also add 2-3 drops of various beneficial essential oils such as Tea Tree Oil, Clove Oil or even Peppermint Essential Oil and transfer it in a huge bowl. Then, face the bowl directly, a little bit above the water. Cover your head using a towel and keep breathing through your nose.

4. GINGER TEA - Ginger tea can also provide immediate relief from running nose and other monsoon related illnesses. Ginger contains antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and other properties present in it. To use it as a natural remedy, you can take a piece of fresh ginger root and cut thin slices then add these slices in a cup of water and let it boil for few minutes. You can add a bit of honey to your cup of ginger tea for better taste. Make sure to drink it atleast 3-4 times in a day.

5..HOT FOODS - Having hot foods can also be useful to prevent monsoon infections. It is advised to avoid cold foods as much as possible as they are more prone to bacteria and other infections. Monsoon related illnesses include cough, cold, stomach infections, lose motions, and food poisoning as well. You can easily avoid these issues, just by drinking lukewarm water to improve the digestion process. It not only helps in eliminating the toxins, but also cleans your throat and complete system.

6. MULETHI - Mulethi or licorice is also a natural herb and it is a highly recommended ayurvedic remedy for healing symptoms of cold, congestion, and sore throat. You can crush the licorice root into powder form or boil it in the form of a Kaadha to protect your body from illnesses and boost immunity.

7.GARLIC - Garlic is a kitchen ingredient but is a wonderful remedy for treating many health problems. Garlic contains anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antifungal, and antiprotozoal properties and it clears the mucus formation. It contains an active beneficial compound called allicin, which gets activated when you crush it. You can also eat 4-5 garlic cloves in the morning on an empty stomach, it will boost your immunity.

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